I have a 14 Cruze RS that has driven like **** in the snow since I bought it. I've owned plenty of cars and have driven in snow for over 25 years in the Midwest. I've been through three sets of tires and they have all performed the same in the snow so that's not the issue. I apply the breaks with plenty of time to stop and if the car feels any type of slush or snow on the ground it immediately starts sliding and the traction control goes all nuts with a grinding noise like I slammed on the brakes, which I did not. It's ridiculous and it's really annoying. I call it my drama queen. Would snow tires make it stop? Are there any other options I could try?